Definition of Credenda
1. credendum [n] - See also: credendum
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Credenda
Literary usage of Credenda
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Christian Theology and Social Progress: The Bampton Lectures for 1905 by Frederick William Bussell (1907)
"Periodic attempts to simplify Religion, by reducing ' credenda' to lowest terms, with an emphasis either on Nature or on man : Pantheism and Humanism : the ..."
2. The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice by William Goode (1842)
"... credenda OF RELIGION THE SOLE AUTHORITY WHICH BINDS THE CONSCIENCE TO BELIEF IN WHAT IT DELIVERS. IT will be readily granted, I suppose, ..."
3. Of the Church, Five Books by Richard Field (1847)
"Quod vero aliqua sunt credenda implicite est manifestum: nam quilibet ... Secundo notandum quse sunt ilia quse sunt credenda explicite: circa quod notandum ..."
4. A Discourse Concerning the Being and Attributes of God, the Obligations of by Samuel Clarke, Joseph Butler (1823)
"... all the \credenda, or] doctrines, which the true, simple, and uncorrupted Christian religion teaches, (that is, not only those plain ..."
5. Religious Thought in England in the Nineteenth Century by John Hunt (1896)
"There is no such break between the Church of England and the Church of Rome in their credenda as is commonly supposed. Some theologians, especially those of ..."